Honors and Awards:
2016 Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll
2016 All-Sun Belt Tournament Team
Dean's List – 2019 Spring Semester
Dean's List – 2018 Spring Semester
President's List – 2017 Fall Semester
Dean's List – 2017 Spring Semester
Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2016 Spring Semester
Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2015 Fall Semester
Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2015 Spring Semester
2018: Played in 20 games with six starts to accumulate over 850 minutes on the pitch … Finished with one goal and two assists for four total points … Had two assists against Winthrop (9/8), tied for the most assists in a single match among all players in the Sun Belt … Finished with six total shots and two on target for a .333 shot on goal percentage … Took a season-high three shots against Belmont (9/11).
2017: Played in 16 matches with two starts to accumulate nearly 800 minutes on the field … Fired 12 shots with four on goal … Took a season-high three shots over Presbyterian … Scored one goal in the 3-1 victory over UNC Asheville … Had two assists.
2016: Played in 19 games with nine starts to accumulate nearly 1,100 minutes on the field … One of the most utilized players coming off the bench, especially in the latter half of the season … Scored three goals this season, all of which were game-winners … Tied for first on the team and second in the Sun Belt in game-winning goals … Two game-winners came in the Sun Belt Tournament to lead the team to the championship round … Took 14 shots with a season-high of three against Asheville.
2015: Played in all 18 matches as a freshman, gaining four starts ... Played 731 minutes ... Recorded his first assist in the 3-0 win over Gardner-Webb (9/11) ... Played all 90 minutes in match against No. 1 Wake Forest (10/20) ... Played more than 60 minutes in five other matches ... Took two shots in win over North Florida (8/30).
Prep: Was All-Region 6AAAAAA second-team honoree as senior at West Forysth High School under coach Ahmed Gathing ... Was first-team All-Forsyth County pick and team's most valuable player ... Led county as senior with 14 goals scored ... Member of United States Soccer Development Academy program with Georgia United teams and the Norcross Soccer Association ... In club soccer, played on state championship team, two Disney championship teams, IMB Cup championship team ... Enjoyed a four-goals scored game at West Forsyth in high school and scored the game-winning goal in the state finals ... Drew recruiting interest from George Mason, Elon, Wake Forest, Davidson and Georgia Southern, before deciding on Georgia State.
Personal: Full name is Kwaku Nyantekeyi Adu-Boahene ... Born on Aug. 6, 1997 in Seattle, Wash ... Parents are Nana and Christa Adu-Boahene ... Has older sister, Serwaa, and younger brother, Cameron ... Enjoys drawing, xbox and hiking ... Psychology major ... Plans to attend medical school and pursue a career in medicine.